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Old 09-03-2015, 10:31 PM   #1
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Saying goodbye to my stock P-zero's, upgrading to MPSS tires. (Video)

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Enjoy man! i am upgrading my rears today to MPSS
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Just about the best street tire you can buy, while they're not cheap, they're worth every penny.
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I had bought a set of the Pirellis/stock GT 18's for my V-6. When I upgraded to GT, I sold second set of Pirellis and bought stock size MPSS (based on quite a few reviews of how good they were).

They are 100 times smoother and quieter, but I wasn't really blown away by the change in handling. They also are downright horrible when temps get cold (below 40). Might be due to the stock size and I have bone stock base GT suspension, but at their price, I expected more.
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I run PSS, they are an amazing tire!
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I'll be interested to hear how you like them!


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